Bear Cub Living His Best Life Playfully Catches Snowflakes In Driveway

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There are two types of people in this world: Those who hate snow and those who love it.

I guess you could also group those two types of people into “cold natured” and “warm natured” individuals. Or better yet, Floridians and non-Floridians.

I don’t know about you, but I actually prefer things to be a little bit colder. I’m sure you’ve heard someone say “you can always put more layers on, and you can only take so many layers off.” People that prefer the cold weather are obviously the ones usually saying that.

And snow, for some, is just another day. People that live in colder climates are used to coexisting with the regular wintry mix, and snow is a pretty normal thing.

Then you have people who experience snow in climates that aren’t particularly acclimated to it, and that usually results in at least one of these things:

-People suddenly forget how to drive their cars

-They have to go into the depths of their closet to dust off their winter coat

-Dozens upon dozens of snow photos are posted onto social media, usually with the caption “Snow Day” paired with a snowman/snowflake emoji

I wish everyone loved the snow as much as this bear cub does in this video. This baby bear is rejoicing in the white wintry precipitation and is truly living its best life.

As the snow begins to fall outside of this home, a security camera capturing a couple of bears passing through with a light dusting of snow on their backs.

The one in the front keeps moving things along, but the bear cub couldn’t help itself and decided to stand up on its hind legs and try to catch some snowflakes (a practice reserved for the snow lovers only).

Take a look:

X users were loving the bear’s enthusiasm for snow, and left comments below the video showing their support:

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